About Kotila Mura
Kotila Mura is an important Buddhist site in Bangladesh, one of fifty such sites amongst the Mainimati ruins.
Made up of three stupas, Kotila Mura is believed to have been in use from the seventh to the thirteenth centuries. Of these three Buddhist shrines, each represents one of the Three Jewels of Buddhism, being Dharma, Sangha and Buddha.
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